The other day, I got to looking at the aluminum wheels our family cars. Some had road grime and brake dust on them. Our oldest car’s wheels were pretty bad.
I thought I was out of wheel cleaner, so I picked up a bottle when I was in town, recently. It was the regular spray cleaner that had a label boasting of its superiority to other products.
I tried it on the grubby wheels, carefully following the directions. It spays on and foams. It was not going well, even with elbow grease and a brush. Then when I went into my car supplies cabinet for something and to my surprise I found a brand new, never used spray bottle of another cleaner “I don’t recall” purchasing (A Hillary moment, I guess).
You spray it on and it foams a cool looking greenish-yellow. As it encounters grime it turns to a nice merlot wine colored (dark red) liquid and starts to run away with the dirt! It works waaaay better and much easier than my generic cleaner. It’s almost fun to use!
I have no dog in this fight, don’t own stock in the company, etcetera, but the stuff is called DUB.
I will buy more as needed. Any body else use it?